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"World of Dance" is a talent competition featuring dancers of all ages and types, competing for a top prize of $1 million. As the title implies, the dancers are from all parts of the world.
Do not expect an "American Idol"-like vibe. These contestants are all accomplished.
The judges are executive producer Jennifer Lopez, ballroom champion Derek Hough, and Ne-Yo. All are excellent dancers and--more importantly--they are passionate about dance. This makes the show feel like a celebration.
The first episode features break dancing, ballroom, clogging, urban and contemporary. Only one performer did not exhibit prodigious talent in my opinion.
Divided into three categories, based upon age and group size, the contestants need to score at least 80 out of a possible 100 points to qualify for the second of four levels. After 10 weeks, one act will remain to claim the top prize.
Jennifer Lopez says they wanted to create an "Olympics of Dance" and I think they have. If Carnegie Hall featured dancing, it would look like this. If you, too, are passionate about dance, this show will inspire you.
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